enter to learn, leave to serve
La Salle College High School is a Catholic ministry that develops each young man to his fullest potential - intellectually, spiritually, socially and physically.
Students live their faith through their actions, recognize the interconnectedness of the world, and act on their obligation to remedy justice. Through its many highly impactful service programs, La Salle fosters an awareness of local and world communities and the importance of taking responsibilities on both platforms.
Kairos is a three-day, two-night retreat held several times throughout the school year.
The students and their leaders spend “special time” with the Lord, reflecting on their relationship with God, self, and others.
The retreat is led by faculty/staff and student volunteers.
The signs at the entrance and exit of the campus stand as a constant reminder of the School's mantra. "Enter to Learn" establishes the belief that learning is a lasting endeavor. "Leave to Serve" inspires a lifelong commitment to service, especially to those in need. Together, they guide young men on a path that brings creative and generous responses to the world.
Every summer, rising juniors and seniors volunteer to serve at one of many different sites around the country and the globe. These week-long service opportunities are a staple of the Lasallian identity and provide students the opportunities to grow personally while fulfilling the mission.